exciting Definition

  • 1causing great enthusiasm and eagerness
  • 2stirring, thrilling

Using exciting: Examples

Take a moment to familiarize yourself with how "exciting" can be used in various situations through the following examples!

  • Example

    The concert was so exciting that the audience couldn't stop cheering.

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    I find the idea of traveling to a new place very exciting.

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    The new roller coaster ride is really exciting.

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    The movie was exciting from beginning to end.

exciting Synonyms and Antonyms

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Phrases with exciting

  • a chance to do something that is interesting and challenging


    This job offer is an exciting opportunity for me to learn new skills.

  • something that is likely to happen and will be interesting or enjoyable


    The prospect of going on a trip to Europe is very exciting.

  • a period of time when many interesting or important things are happening


    We live in exciting times with all the technological advancements.


Summary: exciting in Brief

The term 'exciting' [ɪkˈsaɪtɪŋ] describes something that causes great enthusiasm and eagerness, often stirring or thrilling. It can refer to experiences like concerts, travel, or movies, as in 'The new roller coaster ride is really exciting.' 'Exciting' also extends into phrases like 'exciting opportunity,' denoting a chance to do something interesting and challenging, and 'exciting times,' referring to a period of many interesting or important things happening.